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A number of my constituents have told me of how their operations have been cancelled multiple times.
A Department of Health spokesman said 11,585 operations were cancelled because of "patient related problems", including the patient cancelling the operation.
However, the figures are calculated differently, with the Department looking at operations cancelled 24 hours before they are due to take place while the Tory data takes a longerterm view.
PMs must wrestle with a common cognitive bias for programmatic stability--a preference for keeping programs alive even if they should be cancelled.
Aer Lingus said one flight to Paris would operate but others to the French capital and Nice from Dublin would be cancelled, as well as one flight from Cork.
The association was formed in 1999 after the spring bear hunt was cancelled.
Melbourne -- all flights cancelled through today, operations will
Now Inspirations have cancelled ALL their weekly flights from Glasgow to Cyprus from 5 May to 20 October.
First, our fully-executed, valid and binding lease with our largest tenant was legislatively cancelled, our contractual right to receive lease payments has been taken away, and no compensation has been offered by the State," Mullins said.
Cardbeat([R]), a syndicated market research report published by ACG, reported that more than 3/4 of consumers have cancelled at least one general-purpose credit card at some point in their lives.
A HOSPITAL trust has reduced the number of operations cancelled on the day they were due to go ahead by almost half.
Those weapon licenses issued by the federal government will all be cancelled next month (September).
Service CX524 between Hong Kong and Narita will remain cancelled except for 28, 29 April and 5, 8 May.
Dubai German carrier Lufthansa Airlines has cancelled two-thirds of its global flights after pilots began a four-day strike.
More than 5,000 NHS operations a month are cancelled at the last minute for non-medical reasons, figures showed yesterday.